HUNDREDS of Year 7 students went on an historical trip to explore Medieval Skipton Castle. The 900-year-old Yorkshire castle is in a remarkable condition but the best part for Tomas Anton-Meehan was the dingy dungeon when ‘Sir’ turned off the lights. “I got to spook my friends in the dungeon […]
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WALKING in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper, seeing War Horse and touring Sigmund Freud’s home were just a few of the highlights of the Social Sciences trip to London. A party of Year 12 and 13 students spent three days in the capital. Sociology student Philippa Bradburn said: “The […]
GANDALF, Where’s Wally and Darth Vader were just a few of the unusual characters who came to school to celebrate World Book Day. Head of English Miss Marsland said: “Staff and students got to dress up as a literary character and we had a ‘drop everything’ reading session for 20 […]
CHOCOLATE heaven awaited business studies students from Year 9, but there was a serious side to the tasty trip. They visited Cadbury World in Birmingham where they learnt all about making chocolate and about creating a successful company. Business and ICT teacher Mr Samulewski said: “As part of their course […]
SINGERS and musicians travelled from all over the North West to take part in the Music For Youth heat at Haslingden High School. The event attracted 800 participants and was held in the school Sixth Form Theatre on Sunday March 17. Deputy Headteacher Gill Middlemas said: “We had groups from […]